On a warm (read extremely hot) day, we had the great opportunity to explore Monument Valley with an very interesting and knowledgeable member of the Navajo people. Here are my favorite picks.

This picture was VIEWED 752 TIMES and 31 FAVOURITES as of May 2nd 2012

Nikon d700 with Nikkor 14-24mm at 24mm, ISO 400, f/11, 1/500sec


August 2011 Juried Invitational Exhibition

This picture was among the TOP 10 in the:
“A Postcard From My Friend In The Desert…” challenge of the “Featured For A Challenge” group
“Formed By The Weather” challenge of the “Quality Art & Photography” group
“Earth” challenge of the “Lost In Space” group
“The Countryside” challenge of the “100-499 Views” group
“Feminine Landscape” challenge of the “Feminine Intent” group
“Natural Beauty” challenge of “The Weekend Photographer” group
“Your Favorite Photo” challenge of the “Postcards Destinations” group
“Summer Sensation” challenge of the “Postcards Destinations” group
“The Letter M” challenge of the “Arts & Collectables Sales” group

This picture was SECOND RUNNER UP – Photo of the Week in “The World As We See It, a we missed it”

This picture was used as a COVER IMAGE for the “Wide Angle” challenge of the “Full Frame” group

This picture was FEATURED in:
“Art In Math”
“The Virtual Museum”
“Solo Exhibition”
“Rural Around The World”
“Nature’s Paintbrush”
“Silky Touch”
“The World As We See It, a we missed it”

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    BYRONover 4 years ago

    Isn’t it just the most incredible place? I spent a night camping on top of one of these Mesas.

  • You are lucky! I wish I would have had the chance to do that. All we had wa a few hours but at least I had the chance to experience it.

    – Jacinthe Brault

    BYRONover 4 years ago

    You should see this place very early in the morning as the sun is coming up and the clouds are so low that they collide into the buttes & mesas…

    I lost all my negs and prints from my visit… but I still have the memories.

  • Our giuide talked to us about this kind of experiences and it sounded fascinating to me. Sorry about you losing your pictures, but as you say, your memories will be yours forever.

    – Jacinthe Brault

  • Terence Russell
    Terence Russellover 4 years ago

    Great depth. Love the perspective.

  • Thank you Terence.

    – Jacinthe Brault

  • trish725
    trish725over 4 years ago

  • Thank you Trish for this feature.

    – Jacinthe Brault

  • vaggypar
    vaggyparover 4 years ago

    Nice work!!

  • Thanks a lot Vaggypar.

    – Jacinthe Brault

  • Richard  Cubitt
    Richard Cubittover 4 years ago

    Great shots, love them all :)

  • Thank you very much Richard for your comment.

    – Jacinthe Brault

  • rosedew
    rosedewover 4 years ago


  • Thank you Rosedew.

    – Jacinthe Brault

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 4 years ago

  • Thank you Audrey.

    – Jacinthe Brault

  • John Dekker
    John Dekkerover 4 years ago

    One of the most stunning places I’ve visited and you have captured it so beautifully. Great work!

  • Thank you very much John for your comment. It was beautiful indeed.

    – Jacinthe Brault

  • Evita
    Evitaover 4 years ago

    Beautiful work !!! Congratulations 2nd Runner-Up !! Editors Choice
    The World As We See It , or as we missed it

  • Thank you very much Evita for this honour, I really appreciate it.

    – Jacinthe Brault

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